Radio Monitoring

Radio Monitoring : Introduction to radio monitoring

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Date
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on request
Info
Info
Language English
Trainer Peter Lampel
Price on request
Short designation TR308-5E

Subject

New communication services, an increasing number of subscribers and terminals and the unabated demand for greater bandwidth result in an increasingly dense occupancy of the radio spectrum. A challenge, which equally affects civil regulatory authorities, military and commercial network operators. The first step to meet this challenge is an efficient monitoring of the radio spectrum.

This seminar introduces the participants to the basics of radio monitoring and explains in detail the functions and applications of a modern radio monitoring receiver. Practical exercises on all important measurement tasks enhance the knowledge. Thus, the participant learns the operation and efficient handling of the receiver.

Content

  • Tasks, methods and tools for radio monitoring
  • ITU recommendations on radio monitoring and their proof of compliance
  • Technology and function of a radio monitoring receiver
  • Key parameters of a receiver
  • Signal representation in time domain and frequency domain
  • Spectrum display and signal demodulation
  • Measurement functions of a radio monitoring receiver
  • Real-time spectrum display and waterfall diagram
  • Scanning of frequency bands
  • Stationary radio monitoring receivers and systems
  • Interference-hunting with a portable receiver
  • Vehicle-based mobile interference detection

Target Group

  • Engineers, technicians and system operators who enforce the correct use of the radio spectrum by means of radio monitoring receivers.
  • Duration: 1 day
  • Training location: Munich
  • Language: English